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Using the NHS and other health services. Take part in research. We would like to know how we can improve our service to you and how you perceive our surgery and staff. Your comments and ideas are always and as part of the patient group you are automatically sent the quarterly newsletter where questions and answer to these are provided - keeping everyone "in the loop".
We aim to gather around a hundred patients in our patient group from as broad Looking for a freind Lostwithiel messages spectrum as possible to get a truly representative sample. We need young people, workers, retirees, people with long term conditions and people from non-British ethnic groups. If you are happy for us to contact you occasionally by please click the link below to open the -up form and complete all the fields. The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act The Data Protection Act gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly.
From The deadline has long since passed but more information and a questionnaire can be accessed at:. As at 1. In part, this is due to how surgeries use the service, for example some practices will only respond to patient requests for, say, a medical certificate using e-Consult. We prefer that e-Consult is an adjunct to how you access our services, for example a routine question you would like to ask that does not need a "soon response" but you would like an answer to or, as ly, links to self-help that is provided by doctors.
During the pilot we were asked why our patients had not "rushed forth" and our thoughts were that as a small proactive service patients know how to make contact and know that we are readily available for whatever the problem may be.
However, your thoughts would be helpful please Please address your replies to the practice manager. We would welcome patient opinion on whether we should limit new patient registrations for a six-month period given the limitations our building imposes on the quality services we currently offer: please complete and return to the practice the following survey form. Temporary closure to new patient registrations. The patient participation Group first met in September and continued meeting at least monthly until January The group was instrumental in setting up this website so that the practice could communicate direct with patients.
We hope you agree that it has been very successful and will continue to develop with your help. The total practice list is of which patients are under the age of 65 years. Dispensing patients total Our PPG disbanded early in after a very successful two-year stint.
Mindful that the group members were of such stalwart support to the practice, we resolved to retain their expertise and instead form a patient reference group, recruiting additional patient representation through the website. Our aim is to recruit 30 patients of mixed ages and although mixed ethnicity would be ideal we are realistic that this may not be possible in Lostwithiel. We have encouraged patients to participate in the PRG using notices in the waiting room, articles in the quarterly newsletters, via the website and in conversation.
The practice offers a of on-line services including prescription requests, appointment booking and access to allergies; summary information and will follow in due course when the software is available. Not everyone has a computer or internet access and to ensure equality in participating we make the equivalent available to these patients attending in person; the response is appreciative. Our survey started in Octoberthree months before the national requirement for the survey.
The summary shows. Would you recommend our practice to your friends and family? NEXT STEPS: Ideas from patients for future surveys include print-outs after consultations for patients, an electronic self- booking-in system for appointments and weekend opening; these will be surveyed during Contact the Patient Group with your feedback, suggestion, comment or question.
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We would welcome patient opinion on whether we should limit new patient registrations for a six-month period given the limitations our building imposes on the quality services we currently offer: please complete and return to the practice the following survey form Temporary closure to new patient registrations. The first edition of the practice newsletter was in December The PPG members set to work with gusto ensuring that a copy of this was delivered with the each town newsletter that month in addition to those available in the practice; this way we believe the majority of our patients received a copy.
This continues to be published every four months and includes a patient suggestion and reply section as well as topical information. Duringthe PPG decided that an excellent opportunity for patient awareness would be the annual flu vaccination day held in the community centre. Several ideas came out of this including difficulties some patients had experienced within secondary care. The chairman of the PPG had several very productive meetings with those involved in providing secondary care, including the Referral Management Services in Truro and the elective programme board meeting with the Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group at which he raised several points of patient concerns; his work is ongoing in this.
In January the PPG disbanded as it had become inquorate. With the evolving Patient Representative Group it is hoped that by widening the arena for direct contact we will increase patient involvement - this is your surgery and we would like your help in improving our services to you. Thank you to all those involved in the PPG - your enthusiasm and hard work was much appreciated.
Dispensing patients total Our PPG disbanded early in after a very successful two-year stint. The group currently Looking for a freind Lostwithiel messages 18 members: Our aim is to recruit 30 patients of mixed ages and although mixed ethnicity would be ideal we are realistic that this may not be possible in Lostwithiel. Feedback from patients about their care and treatment was consistently positive. We observed a patient-centred culture. Staff were motivated and inspired to offer kind and compassionate care and worked to overcome obstacles to achieving this. Views of external stakeholders were positive and were aligned with our findings Patients we spoke with told us they felt safe, confident in the care they received and well cared for.
Patients provided us with specific examples of how the practice had offered them choices and preferences were valued and acted on, for example in treatment escalation plans Patients spoke positively about the care provided at the practice. Patients told us they were treated with kindness, dignity and respect. Patients told us how well the staff communicated with them about their physical, mental and emotional health and supported their health education Patients told us they were included in the decision making process about their care and had sufficient time to speak with their GP or a nurse.
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